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A.I.

Deep learning research by NSWC Crane engineer to help electronic warfare capabilities - News

July 11, 2019
CRANE, Indiana. ? Research on how to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) for electronic warfare applications was completed by a Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) employee.
A.I.

Artificial intelligence tech use, subject of meeting between U.S. and Singapore defense officials - News

July 10, 2019
SINGAPORE. Officials from the U.S. Department of Defense?s (DOD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) and Singapore?s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) got together for a a multi-day technology exchange to promote collaboration efforts involving artificial intelligence (AI), focusing on humanitarian assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR) applications. The meeting happened just prior to the Singapore Defence Technology Summit.
Radar/EW

Webcast: Solving thermal management challenges in military systems on July 18 at 11 am Est - News

July 09, 2019
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. Modern processors, graphics processors, FPGAs, etc. provide untold performance benefits, but also generate excessive amounts of heat. Getting rid of this heat and keeping electronics cool is essential for designers of electronic warfare, radar, and other processing-intensive military applications. In a webcast, titled "Making it Cool: Solving Thermal Management Challenges in Military Electronics," on Thursday, July 18, at 11 am Est., industry experts will cover various methods for solving thermal management challenges when integrating commercial processing technology.
Avionics

Aerospace and military market forecasted at $8.7 trillion through 2028 by Boeing - News

June 19, 2019
PARIS AIR SHOW. Strong commercial aviation industry, Steady military spending combined with a growing commercial aviation sector promises growing aerospace and defense market, according to the Boeing Market Outlook (BMO), released this week at the Paris Air Show. Boeing experts forecast the market values at?$8.7 trillion?over the next ten years, up from?$8.1 trillion?a year ago.
Unmanned

Hypersonic captive carry flight test performed by Lockheed Martin - News

June 17, 2019
PARIS AIR SHOW. Key tests for hypersonic weapons were performed by experts from Lockheed Martin the U.S. Air Force.? Testing involved the AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW) carried on the service's B-52 Stratofortress out of Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
Avionics

Next-gen Special Ops MH-47G Chinooks to be built by Boeing - News

June 14, 2019
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania. The next-generation MH-47G Chinooks to be operated vy the U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command will be built by Boeing. The next-gen aircraft will have the Block II configuration, which have technological advancements to extend the fleet?s service life and enhance performance.
Comms

First daytime free-space quantum communication via adaptive optics demonstrated by AFRL - News

June 13, 2019
STARFIRE OPTICAL RANGE, NEW MEXICO. Daylight quantum communication was demonstrated by experts at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Starfire Optical Range (SOR) under conditions that are representative of space-to-Earth satellite links.
A.I.

Microsoft's Defense System demo leveraged Esri software to enable AI and augmented reality for field missions - News

June 13, 2019
REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA. Microsoft?s Tactical Edge Platform is using Esri?s ArcGIS Enterprise to enable its Microsoft Azure and Azure Cognitive Services to have a geographic context via Esri?s advanced mapping and spatial analytics technology. The platform is targeted at defense and intelligence professionals to demonstrate how they can use connecting field sensor data and cloud services for tactical field operations or for domestic emergency response.
A.I.

Deep learning model from Lockheed Martin tackles satellite image analysis - News

June 12, 2019
BETHESDA, MARYLAND. A satellite imagery recognition system designed by Lockheed Martin engineers uses open-source deep learning libraries to quickly identify and classify objects or targets in large areas across the world. Company officials say the tool could potentially saving image analysts many man hours categorizing and labeling items within an image.
Radar/EW

Cooperative engagement capability for U.S. Navy to be provided by Raytheon - News

May 13, 2019
TEWKSBURY, Massachusetts. Raytheon in Largo, Florida, won a contract to design agent and engineering services efforts to support the U.S. Navy's Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC).
Avionics

PODCAST: Driving open architectures in F-35 avionics and other military platforms. - Podcast

May 10, 2019
Open architectures will make tech refreshes such as the latest avionics modernization (Technology Refresh 3 (TR3)) on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and other platforms much more efficient and cost effective in the long run. In the latest McHale Report Podcast, Bryant Henson, vice president and general manager for Harris Corporation?s Electronic Systems Avionics Business Unit details how through the open architecture approach, the F-35's next-gen Integrated Core Processor (ICP) is targeted to generate a 75 percent reduction in unit cost compared to the current system, as well as a 25-time increase in computing power to support planned capability enhancements, greater software stability, higher reliability, and increased diagnostics that result in lower sustainment costs.
A.I.

Best in Show awards selected at Sea-Air-Space 2019 - News

May 07, 2019
SEA-AIR-SPACE 2019--WASHINGTON. Military Embedded Systems is excited to announce today the winners of our Best in Show Award contest, which which we?re holding this week for our supporters exhibiting at the 2019 Sea-Air-Space conference and exposition taking place this week at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Contest winners ? drawn from military embedded systems exhibitors at the event ? are recognized for the improved performance and innovation they bring to military electronic systems applications.
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